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1 hour ago, jsharrwick said:

You should load shotgun shells with seed and shoot clay pigeons over the poomeadow.

It's a great name right?

1 hour ago, Kirby said:

Can't wait to see some pictures of everything in bloom.

I will share.  We are close for the daffodil blooms.  Not sure I will ever get many flowers.  The deer are hungry. 

43 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

@Allen gave us photos of the merchandise!  Big bags of seed.

:needpics:

When it ships.  I got charged quite a bit in shipping, so some of the expense is invisible.  :) 

Oh, and we bought fencing today for the garden.  8 ft high.  That should keep them out. We have happy plans for this space and I am excited.  I think I am helping to fuel the inflation of garden goods.   Kaching!

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1 hour ago, jsharrwick said:

You should load shotgun shells with seed and shoot clay pigeons over the poomeadow.

Damnit. Now I have to build a spud canon trout feed long distance dispersal device. 

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I just read an article that said that weeds help to feed Bees even better than wildflowers do.  :D

Todflax is still my enemy though.  I yank that crap out. NO room for Thistle either.   Red stem storksbill gets a pass though.  I have a bunch of that and I am not yanking it out.

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4 hours ago, Dirtyhip said:

For a park project and some for my own project.  The Poomeadow is going to be awesome.  

My shoulders and arms will be sore, and the butterflies and animals will be happy.

:loveshower:

A poomeadow for butterflies?  Will there be a tiny bag dispenser, or do the butterflies have to bring their own?

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7 minutes ago, 12string said:

A poomeadow for butterflies?  Will there be a tiny bag dispenser, or do the butterflies have to bring their own?

I just call it that because it is the septic leech line field that I am placing the flowers upon.

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4 minutes ago, Airehead said:

Dear tend to leave my daffodils alone but they eat the tulips. 

The 100 tulips that I have planted are deer food.  Daffodils and iris are fine.  We will see with the wildflowers.  

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15 hours ago, Digital_photog said:

You should have some Morgan tomatoes. They are very good and juicy. The Morgan family in Kentucky have had them for over 70 years.  They gave us some of the seed several years ago.

morgan tomato.pdf 380.08 kB · 2 downloads

I don't really like tomatoes.  My husband wants to plant some romas.  The big beefsteak style tomatoes are never in our cart. Some other people might enjoy this though.  We grow them for sauce mostly. 

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1 hour ago, Dirtyhip said:

I don't really like tomatoes.  My husband wants to plant some romas.  The big beefsteak style tomatoes are never in our cart. Some other people might enjoy this though.  We grow them for sauce mostly. 

If anyone wants some seeds let me know. 

 

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